Innovative. Brilliant. Artistically advanced. All are adjectives I've heard to describe Radiohead and their music, and notably "Ok Computer". And yes, for the most part these descriptive words serve the band and this album proper justice. The songs on the album I found funky and neat were Paranoid Android, Exit Music (for a film), Karma Police, No Surprises and Lucky. So in other words, I found less than half of the album innovative, musically interesting, funky and atmospheric-which is something completely obsolete in most modern music. That I praise highly. What I didn't and don't like is Thom Yorke's vocals. For one, while listening to Ok Computer, the range in his vocals signified little if any variety. Yorke also mumbles and rarely sings in a major key, in fact, I've never heard him stray from his loyal and redundant minor. On a whole, an album can become dull when similar emotions are evoked with each track. I don't recall hearing too many songs that made me reaffirm my joy for life. I do not consider myself a casual listener either, I scrutinized over each track trying desperately to grasp onto something new, something that made my spine tingle. But when it was all said and done, and " The Tourist" had concluded, I just didn't feel completely satisfied. Now understand, I personally have no qualms with Radiohead and this album. What I do skepticize over is the cult and mass praise of their music. Many I talk to regard Ok Computer as a revolutionary feat, a breath of fresh air so to speak. Heck even, they're probably right. But I think I'd like this band a whole lot more if they'd lighten up and not take themselves too seriously. (And maybe ask the keyboardist or guitarist to take a stab at singing on a track or two) Trust me, I really wanted to dig this album, I really did. But not all people have the dying urge to disect these unbelievably profound lyrics. Call me unhip.